Former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin said that Russia will have to make a choice between raising the retirement age and raising taxes.
“If we do not raise the retirement age, we will inevitably face tax increases,” said the head of the Civil Initiatives Committee. According to Kudrin, the country has now entered an unfavorable period - in parallel with the reduction in the number of able-bodied citizens who pay taxes, the number of pensioners is growing.
Kudrin also criticized the decision to abandon the funded pension system. According to the former minister, this step is “a shot in the foot.”

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